Tune in for a Park Pop-Up on July 25 with a streaming performance and Wolf Trap debut of Cantaré. Plan to spend some time with stellar music in your own living room!
Wolf Trap’s virtual Park Pop-Up series brings music and more straight to your home. Featuring local area artists, Park Pop-Up performances are recorded live at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts and later streamed online. A part of Wolf Trap Sessions, these pre-recorded Park Pop-Ups bring a small piece of summer to your home.
Cecilia Esquivel, vocals and small percussion
Dani Cortaza, guitar
Martín Zúñiga, percussion
Based in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, Cantaré’s mission is to offer high-quality musical performances that also inform audiences about Latin American geography, history, and culture.
Cantaré has released four recordings—three albums for children including Baila para Gozar (2002), Al Agua Pato (2005),¬ and Mucha Música (2014), as well as one album for adult audiences titled Evaluna by Cantaré and Friends (2005). In addition, in 2006 Cantaré recorded the companion CD for the award-winning book Arrorró mi Niño: Latino Lullabies and Gentle Games by renowned children's author and illustrator Lulu Delacre. This engaging educational approach has become popular in schools, libraries, museums, government agencies, and a variety of other public and private venues.